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in san carlos. they're pumping gas through their controversial line against the wishes of city officials. the utility was forced to shut down the line after the discovery of records showing potential flaws. the judge ordered them to temporarily shut the pipe down now says it's okay. >> we know from the experience in san bruno what can happen if something terribly goes wrong, and we're going to make sure we hold them accountable for that not happening in our community. >> that pipeline 147 goes right through the middle of san car s carlos. >>> dozens of protesters came out today to voice their concerns about a new planned parenthood. it is set to open tomorrow. protesters say they have collected more than 1600 signatures in 11 days from people who share their concerns about this opening. they're worried some women may not get adequate medical care at the clinic. >> we're very concerned about these three issues. the lowering of our property values, our children being such a young age and losing their parents' consent. >> the protesters say they received support from pro-life and pro-choic
works crews busy as pipes and a water main burst this morning. the city sending out tweets alerting residents to take precautions. >> as the cold weather has had a cumulative effect from night tonigt tonight, there's the potential we could have some more breaks in the lines. >> reporter: the fountain flowing now, but take a look at it this morning when the mercury plunged. >> to get into the mid 20s is what what we would normally see. to get below 20 last night is very unusual. >> reporter: if you have to be outside tonight, this is definitely the place to be. the only thing i'm missing is that cup of hot cocoa. i'm jody hernandez, nbc bay area news. >>> from the north bay to the south bay, it is just cold. the cold had people rushing into auto repair shops. >> reporter: the temperature in san jose has dropped two degrees in just the past hour. it's 50 degrees. let's give it a second. 50 degrees. we are in for a cold night. most drivers know black ice is one of the big worries when the sun goes down and the temperatures plummet, but it's not the only cold-related car problem. the se
plane when he left bakers city, oregon, saturday afternoon. the family just celebrated thanksgiving. this is a photo posted on facebook by smith's wife. when the plane reported engine trouble about 125 miles northeast of boise. >> there's a lot of very steep mountains, many of the peaks go up to 8,000 or 9,000 feet in that area. >> reporter: yesterday search and rescue teams got it from the emergency beacon and they say the mountainous terrain makes it unre unreliable. so, today, the search area was expanded. >> unable to pinpoint anything accurately because it's so faint and the nature of the terrain, it could have been from a variety of different areas all up along that canyon. >> reporter: aviation experts say if the beacon is original to the plane, it only has a battery life of up to 48 hours and the fridged temperatures could drain the energy even faster. >> i believe it got below zero up in that area last night. >> reporter: which is also a serious concern for the family, if they survived the crash. they've had to spend three nights in the wilderness. the search efforts in cen
of a richmond high school girl. >> for me to hear of another case in the city of richmond, where there was the incident a while back in richmond high school, it just saddens me, but i'm not surprised. >> reporter: we've just learn within the last hour the three teenage suspects will likely be set free sometime this evening pending lab results. that is according to the east bay regional parks police. we've been trying to contact the district attorney's office all day, but they have not returned our phone calls. nbc bay area news. >>> new details now in the search for a missing pilot from san jose and they're not good. bad weather in idaho again grounded the search. on sunday, dale smith was flying four other family members from oregon to montana when he reported engine trouble over central idaho. friends and family are still hoping for good news. >> we understand what we're up against. we understand what the odds are. >> he's a macgyver type engineer. >> snow is in the forecast with nighttime temperatures now expected to dip well below zero. >>> police are crediting a hotel securi
. the nonprofit organization that wants to do that for children in each bay city. >>> and he is back, there he is, braving chilly weather to kick off a special fundraiser and all the hype over his return to san francisco. >>> a nonprofit in the east bay is hoping to provide a safer environment for children to play in east oakland, today, the group called east oakland community play date held their monthly event. kids and families had the opportunity to get a healthy breakfast, do arts and crafts and listen to live music, among other things. but organizers say their goal is to provide a better future in east oakland. >> we're not exactly sure how we'll help the next generation learn to change the statistics of gun violence and poor outcome for their livelihood without actuallyúgítting to know one another, and without faith to bond and form new relationships. >> just come out one saturday and check it out. you give the kids a chance to be kids if they can in their own neighborhoods. >> east oakland community play date is in the middle of a month-long on-line fundraiser to the crowd-pleasing websi
that loyal, hard working people have been affected by these determinations. >>> the sunnyvale city council is expected to decide tonight if they'll go forward with a new office park. it will consistent of six eight-story buildings. the project is designed by the same person who did moffett towers a few years ago. >>> it's a huge milestone for a bay area woman who is 100 years old. we'll explain that next. >>> today a 100-year-old fremont woman was sworn in as a u.s. citizen. >> this doesn't happen very often. she is originally from china. she spent most of her life living in hong kong. when she was just 80 years old, she decided to move to canada do join her son and daughter-in-law. when she was 90 years old, she came here to america to live with her daughter. >> she likes the weather. >> the weather? >> yeah, and the people. >> she loves the weather. it's going to be cold. to give you some perspective, in the past 50 years less than 20  people 100 years or older have been naturalized as u.s. citizens. >> such a cute lady. >> congratulations. >>> it's going to get cold. >> temperatures ar
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